Reflections On 2014 – Counting My Blessings

The sands of time have slipped through from 2014 to 2015. Another year has passed and a new year has begun. As I sit back and reflect upon the events of the past year, I start thinking of the events that took place during the year 2014, and my initial… Read Full Post

Humanity Vs Technology – A “Quote-Unquote” Debate #edcmooc

Humanity Vs Technology – A Digital Artefact Humanity Vs Technology – A “Quote-Unquote” Debate #edcmooc is my digital artefact submission for the E-Learning & Digital Cultures MOOC (EDCMOOC 3 : Nov-Dec14). No, I’m not referring to the image above – that’s just a visualization. I am referring to the presentation below.… Read Full Post

When Not to Use Technology: 15 Things That Should Stay Simple In Education

An Article By Saga Briggs Most of us know better than to use technology for technology’s sake. The Shiny New Tech Syndrome is taking the world by storm, and with the added pressure of finding new ways to improve educational outcomes, we try our best not to be tempted. But… Read Full Post

Are You A Fan Of #edcmooc #edcmoocrocks ?

For many people out there, including myself, EDCMOOC was a unique experience. I was among those who did the course in 2013, and through the course ended in December, EDCMOOC never did end for me. Many of us became hooked – that’s what Connectivism does to you. If you love… Read Full Post

Discovering Your Ignorance #EDCMOOC #EDCMOOCROCKS

This post was published by me here, earlier this morning The more we learn, the more we discover about the extent of our ignorance.  This is an undeniable fact. Till the time one does not try something new, one has no idea how much he /she does NOT know about… Read Full Post

A Late Start, But Here I Am #edcmooc #edcmoocrocks

Ok.. so I missed the official start date of 3rd November as I was travelling, but as they say, better late than never, so here I am, getting ready to roll with the EDCMOOC. This is my second time here – the first time was as a participant, and this… Read Full Post

#EDCMOOC ROCKS! – Sunset Observer #38, by Whitney Farmer – Un Pop Culture

#EDCMOOC ROCKS! – Sunset Observer #38, by Whitney Farmer – Un Pop Culture | @MDWorld Oct.31, 2014 in Un Pop Culture @farmer_whitney (Twitter/FLICKR) or farmerwhitney (Instagram) and Facebook #edcmooc #edcmooc3 #edcmooc.rocks #iLoveGypsies Note: The University of Edinburgh’s MOOC “Digital Cultures and E-Learning” begins on Sunday night, midnight GMT. The course… Read Full Post

The Excitement Is About To Begin Again #EDCMOOC

It is almost time…. Just one week left for EDCMOOC 3 to roll out. Come 03 November, the course will be officially open and I just can’t wait for the excitement to begin again. Yes, I am happy to be a part of it once more – this time as… Read Full Post

A Date With The Big Buddha & Ngong Ping 360

When speaking of Hong Kong, what immediately comes to mind is the fantastic skyline around the Victoria Harbour, with its brightly coloured buildings and neon signs. The next thing to come to mind is the wonderful shopping that the city has to offer to the tourist. I have been travelling… Read Full Post

Splendid China – Splendid Indeed !

Shenzhen is a city on the Mainland bordering Hong Kong that is renowned for its shopping. Best known for shopping of imitation branded products and electronics, it is also a major commercial hub. It also has a popular theme park – Window Of The World, which showcases scaled down replicas… Read Full Post

New Section On Travel Added

“Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines, sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” Mark Twain For quite some time now… Read Full Post

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